P-9.002 - Cultural Heritage Act

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179.6. The council of Ville de Québec and the council of Ville de Montréal may, by by-law and to the extent they determine, delegate to their respective executive committees the exercise of all or some of the powers provided for in this Act that each city exercises under this chapter, except the regulatory powers provided for in subparagraphs 2 and 3 of the first paragraph and in the second paragraph of section 80.
Likewise, the council of Ville de Québec may delegate to the Commission d’urbanisme et de conservation de Québec the exercise of all or some of the powers of authorization provided for in this Act that the city exercises under this chapter. In such a case, the first paragraph of section 179.5 does not apply.
The by-law may, among other things, provide that a power relating to a particular intervention may be excluded when such powers are delegated.
2016, c. 312016, c. 31, s. 40; 2017, c. 16 2017, c. 16, s. 35.
179.6. The council of Ville de Québec may, by by-law and to the extent it determines, delegate to the city’s executive committee the exercise of all or some of the powers provided for in this Act that the city exercises under this chapter, except the regulatory powers provided for in subparagraphs 2 and 3 of the first paragraph and in the second paragraph of section 80.
Likewise, it may delegate to the Commission d’urbanisme et de conservation de Québec the exercise of all or some of the powers of authorization provided for in this Act that the city exercises under this chapter. In such a case, section 179.5 does not apply.
The by-law may, among other things, provide that a power relating to a particular intervention may be excluded when such powers are delegated.
2016, c. 312016, c. 31, s. 40.
In force: 2017-06-09
179.6. The council of Ville de Québec may, by by-law and to the extent it determines, delegate to the city’s executive committee the exercise of all or some of the powers provided for in this Act that the city exercises under this chapter, except the regulatory powers provided for in subparagraphs 2 and 3 of the first paragraph and in the second paragraph of section 80.
Likewise, it may delegate to the Commission d’urbanisme et de conservation de Québec the exercise of all or some of the powers of authorization provided for in this Act that the city exercises under this chapter. In such a case, section 179.5 does not apply.
The by-law may, among other things, provide that a power relating to a particular intervention may be excluded when such powers are delegated.
2016, c. 312016, c. 31, s. 40.